We Found the Perfect Sofa—Made in the U.S., Solid Wood Frame—And It’s From Parachute

Meet the living room collection.
Courtesy of Parachute Home

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Fact: We spend a third of our lives in bed. Another fact: This fraction is far more enjoyable when snuggled up in Parachute bedding. So it’s safe to assume that the brand’s new living room furniture is equally cozy, which is important, because, let’s be honest, we’re all guilty of the accidental couch nap.

The pared-back 15-piece collection hit the site today, a year after the brand’s furniture debut. While the first assortment was still squarely in the bedroom category, today’s launch includes sofas, lounge chairs, coffee and side tables, and even lighting. 

Courtesy of Parachute Home

With prices ranging from as low as $349 for the Century Table Lamp to up to $4,500 for the 96-inch Pillow Sofa, the items are considered investment pieces and more than just a pretty face. The made-in-the-U.S. sofas are built to last, constructed with high-quality materials like solid white oak or walnut hardwood, CertiPUR-US-certified foam, 12 choices of upholstery, and down or down-alternative cushions. Travertine, white marble, brass, and powder-coated steel and iron dot the rest of the collection.

Among Domino favorites are the Summit Side Table—it’s a just-right balance of soft and hard lines—and the Drift Sofa, with a wood base inspired by Danish modern design. But the curvy Pillow Swivel Chair is the real winner, with a 360-degree base for smooth fireside rotation. Talk about a dream come true. 

Parachute’s New Living Room Furniture Collection

Pillow Swivel Chair

Parachute Home

Dawn Table Lamp

Parachute Home

Summit Side Table

Parachute Home

Drift Sofa

Parachute Home
$4200 $3600

Shop the whole living room collection here.


Julia Stevens

Contributing Editor

Julia Stevens is a Domino contributing editor. Basically, she’s a professional online shopper. She started at Domino as an intern and spent almost seven years in the style department curating products for our gift guides, trend roundups, and product reviews and on set styling the beautiful homes we get to share. Off hours, you can find her scouting New York’s newest design shops and restyling her shelves